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inside track in Other sports topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinside trackˌinside ˈtrack noun [countable]  1 DSOthe part of a circular track for racing that is nearest to the centre of the circle and is therefore shorter2 American EnglishADVANTAGE a position that gives someone an advantage over the people they are competing against the inside track to success in business
Examples from the Corpus
inside trackJohnston appears to have the inside track on directing the movie.